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Maui Makani Classic 2012

 The American Windsurfing Tour’s final tour stop will be on Maui:  the Maui Makani Classic 2012.  This is a highly anticipated windsurfing event! Now in its second year, the Maui Makani Classic is shaping up to once again be the ultimate showdown in the windsurfing calendar. With a limit on 100 entrants and places almost full the event boasts some of windsurfing’s top names, including Levi Siver, Kevin Pritchard, Graham Ezzy, Camille Juban, Josh Stone, Ann-Marie Reichman, Junko Nagoshi……. The list is ever-increasing and endless in terms of talent! With divisions including Pro, Amateur, Women, Youth, Masters and Grand Masters everybody is catered for! The contest will run from October 25th to November 5th and will see an epic finale to what was a stunningly successful AWT Tour. Last year’s event saw competitors from 23 separate nations making it a truly international event. What makes this event so exciting this year is the implications the results will have on the over-all titles for the year.  More

The event will be held on October 25 to November 5, 2012. Below is the schedule of other activities for those who are interested:

Thursday October 25th
Opening Ceremony at Ho’okipa 10am
Flatbread: Dinner 10% off for competitors and friends

Charley’s After PartyFriday October 26th
Open NightSaturday October 27th
Kanaha Kai Windsurfing Party II (Hot Sails Maui & Kanaha Kai Party)Sunday October 28th:
Quatro/Goya Party at Pauwella CanneryMonday October 29th
Open NightTuesday October 30th:
Colleen’s in Haiku. Burger and Beer night.
Happy Hour all nightWednesday October 31st
Halloween in Lahaina

Thursday November 1st
Open night

Friday November 2nd
First Friday in Wailuku

Saturday November 3rd
Closing Ceremonies for Maui Makani Classic at Maui Tropical Plantation 7-10 pm

For the first time at an AWT event there will be Live webcasting of all the heats. The heats will be streamed through the AWT website  www.americanwindsurfingtour.com with live commentary and guest chats with the stars of the event.

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Photo Credit:  Jeff Bennett of www.mauiwindsurfing.net

Makena Surf Luxury Vacation

We are working on a new video for our luxury rental Makena Surf. It’s taking longer than what we originally thought it would take to put it together. But it will be fun when it’s done. I can’t wait to upload it!  In the meantime, check out this video we have right now… Aloha!

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We’ve Got A Blog, Now What?

It’s easy to start a blog.  The hard part is maintaining it.  The crucial part is to make sure we connect, and stay connected with our readers, our guests, our audience and  our friends. We’ve started a blog, now what?

I had been “travelling” around the internet these past few days, visiting other travel blogs and Maui blogs to see what’s out there.  There are many interesting and informative blogs in the net.  The challenge is how do we make this blog stand out from the rest?  How do we make this blog dynamic (a.k.a. boring, not allowed)? How do we make this blog fun? How we ensure that the readers will want to come back over and over again.

I suppose we can run a contest, maybe a give-away.  But that is not really what the purpose of this blog is.  This blog is primarily for all who are visiting Maui, plans to visit Maui and are dreaming of visiting Maui.  This blog was created as an extension of our website, of http://www.alohaluxuryproperties.com/(in case it’s not obvious, we want to disclose that).  We would like to provide a wonderful resource to the guests we have on our luxury vacation rental units, and we thought a blog is a good way to do that.

But this blog is not only for the guests and visitors, but also for us who live on  Maui. It’s for the locals and kamaaina who do not want to take for granted the beauty of this paradise.  As we always say, “lucky we live Hawaii”.

And so, you’ll see that this blog will be another one of those ‘talk story” blog.   Ah, how can I not do a “talk story” blog – that’s what I do best! A hui hou!